Category Archives: Research & Reflection

Reflection – January 2018

I am busy decluttering and regrouping for the new year. My ‘intentions’ have been mind-mapped. ‘Make more art’ has made it into the top three key elements. As well as committing to the 365 project again, I have included: Experiment … Continue reading

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Test shots – assignment four

                                     Conclusions Colour for dusk or night shots is always going to be problematic (colour temperature). Black and white fits the genre – … Continue reading

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Foul Play magazine – research

I have interviewed one of the founders to try to get a little more information. What is your mission statement?  Our mission is to create the first ever truly high-end, non-sensational true crime print magazine. What is the purpose of … Continue reading

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365 Project

When I mind-mapped my intentions for 2017, ‘make more art’ came out as one of the core aims, closely tied in with ‘make time matter’ and ‘self-education’. An obvious tactic for practising photography is to push myself to make more … Continue reading

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Wolfgang Tillmans 2017, Tate Modern – OCA Study Visit 6.5.17

  I found this show to be inspiring and liberating. Tillmans holds a special place in my heart as I remember being deeply affected by his snapshot aesthetic early on in my journey as a photographer. Seeing his photographs, (which did … Continue reading

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Reflection – July 2017

Creatively, for the past few months, I feel like I have been trapped in ice and whenever I htried to scream, no sound came out. Nothing like a deadline to kick some sense into me though so I need to … Continue reading

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Radical Eye, Tate Modern – OCA Study Visit 22.4.17

This exhibition was surprisingly marvellous. I was taken aback as I am not particularly a fan of Elton John (let’s call him EJ for the sake of brevity) or celebrity culture. I expected this to be just a not-very-sneaky way of … Continue reading

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